With regards to Croatian winemaking, the dazzling Dubrovnik promontory and the delightful island of Korčula are two objections not to be missed. The picturesque promontory of Pelješac loosens up like a green finger into the Adriatic Sea. Pleasant grape plantations stick to rough slants spotted by the thick Mediterranean vegetation. A short ship ride carries you to a delightful island saturated with history – the island of Korčula. An excursion to these gems of the Croatian coastline makes for an enchanted day where you will be awestruck by the area’s regular excellence while getting the opportunity to taste impeccable nearby wines.
1)Wine Lover’s Tour
Southern Dalmatia is known for its regional wines, but it can be hard to know where to visit to sample authentic produce. Discover the Pelješac peninsula on a wine tasting tour and visit 2 rural wineries, as well as the historic town of Ston. Learn about the region’s wine making process and enjoy included samples, benefiting from hassle-free round-trip transfer from your Dubrovnik hotel.
2) Day Trip with Wine Tasting
Get picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik and then make the hour-long drive to the Pelješac peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Croatia and a land mass crammed with history, culture and plenty of wine and food.
3) Day Tour: Wine Tasting Tour
Small medieval town Ston, with its narrow streets and the second largest city walls in the world will fascinate you. Besides cultural heritage this small town can boasts with excellent gastronomy and fine wines.
4) Classic Tour with Wine Tastings
Leave the medieval urban ambience of Dubrovnik behind for the day and head to the rugged vineyard-laden Peljesac peninsula on this small-group guided wine-tasting trip. Stop first in the small town of Ston, famed for its 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) of medieval walls and its deliciously fresh oysters. Then make your way deeper onto the peninsula to partake in three wine tastings.
5)Smiley Konavle winetasting tour
You will visit Konavle, which is one of the northeastern and western vineyards of the region, also has the appropriate production of quality and autochthonous wines. In addition to world-famous species such as merlot and cabernet sauvignon, numerous local and indigenous species are grown such as suplavac mali, kadarun, dalmatinka and others.
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